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Frank Broyles' Arkansas legacy lives on


The death of Frank Broyles on Monday at age 92 closes the chapter on one of the great success stories of college football. Broyles spent 50 years at the University of Arkansas, shepherding the Razorbacks, first as head football coach (1958-76) and then as athletic director (1974-2007), from the middle of the pack in the Southwest Conference to a vibrant member of the SEC. (ESPN.com)


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